LinkedinWith a strong and loyal network of over 235 million, LinkedIn is no longer just a storage site for resumes. Folks go to LinkedIn regularly, and engage heavily in the groups they join. So, before things get too busy this holiday season, head over to LinkedIn and:

  1. Revisit your profile to make sure it’s telling YOUR story and that of your book
  2. Search for groups who might have interest in your work and join
  3. Join in the conversation threads when you have something to say
  4. Post links to your author website and blog when appropriate (in other words, if doing so can contribute to the conversation.

Below are several recent cool articles and tips that offer the best ways to market your book on LinkedIn (including a free ebook download!). Enjoy!

Update your LinkedIn profile now! – Build Book Buzz

In addition to working on your behalf as a personal branding tool, LinkedIn has book marketing value for many authors. For example, you can join the LinkedIn book marketing groups to learn more about that topic. If your  Read more …

John Kremer’s Freebie of the Day: How to Use LinkedIn as a Book

Today, as part of John Kremer’s Freebie of the Day program, you can download the following 35-page report: How to Use LinkedIn to Promote Yourself as an Author… Read more …

{Free Kindle eBook} LinkedIn Marketing Strategy For Dummies: How

Love free Kindle ebooks? We do too! This is a limited time offer, so make sure to download the book, “LinkedIn Marketing Strategy For Dummies: How To Put Your Business Prospecting Success On Steroids In Less Than 90  Read more …

5-Minute Daily LinkedIn Marketing Plan via BlueWire | Book

5-minute daily LinkedIn marketing steps for beginners, intermediate users, and advanced users. Includes great LinkedIn marketing tips. Read more …